Executive MBA students write their own ticket abroad.
Each 22-month Executive MBA experience concludes with an international capstone trip, the culmination of an in-depth, consulting-style business project. The students in the Executive MBA cohort collaborate to choose the country they'll focus on, and the business problem their consulting work will solve.
Then, once their consulting work is done, they get on a plane. In addition to presenting their project on site, they benefit from cultural events and lectures on how to do business within their country of choice.
Where have Fordham Executive MBA students gone recently? Here are just a few examples:
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Consulting client: Rio Convention and Visitors Bureau
Visits: Corcovado, Sugarloaf, Maracana, Metropolitan Cathedral of Saint Sebastian, favelas
Johannesburg, South Africa
Consulting client: BMW Financial Services
Visits: Soweto, Apartheid Museum, First Constitutional Court, Kruger National Park
Consulting client: Ogilvy Public Relations, Asia Pacific
Visits: Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City, Summer Palace, Great Wall, Olympic Village, Art District
Consulting client: OxxO (the "Abercrombie and Fitch of Turkey")
Visits: Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace, Hyppodrome, Basilica Cistern